Do you know a little lady that would love a scarf with sleeves? This child size Give Me a Hygge sleeved scarf pattern works up SUPER quickly!
Scarf with Sleeves
This is the child version of the adult size Give Me a Hygge Scarf. This scarf is meant to wrap around the body and keep the shoulders, arms, and neck warm when it’s not cold enough for a full jacket – or just cause its stylin’!
Wrap it around the body and slip your arms in to stay toasty warm. Wrap it around the front for one look, then wrap it the other direction for a different look! If you want, wear it just like any other scarf. So versatile! I love the slouchy look and the silky soft texture of the Hygge yarn; a bulky weight yarn that falls in the size 5 weight category. Dreamy to work with!
Pattern written in US terms.
Place first st of each row in same as turning.
This size scarf should fit children up to about youth size 10 (US). You can find the adult size of the Give Me a Hygge pattern here.
Approx. 70” x 12”
10 Lemon Peel sts x 8 rows = 4” square
Row 1: Ch-23, sc in 2nd ch from hook. * dc in next ch, sc in next ch * repeat across, dc in last ch. (22)
Rows 2 – 6: Ch-1, turn, * sc in next, dc in next * to end. (22)
Row 7: Ch-2, turn, (dc, sc) in first * dc in next, sc in next * repeat across, (dc, sc) in last. (24)
Rows 8 – 10: Ch-2, turn, * dc in next, sc in next * repeat to end. (24)
Row 11: Ch-1, turn, (sc, dc) in first * sc in next, dc in next * repeat across, (sc, dc) in last. (26)
Rows 12 – 14: Ch-1, turn, * sc in first, dc in next * repeat to end. (26)
Row 15: repeat row 7 (28)
Rows 16 – 18: Ch-2, turn, * dc in first, sc in next * repeat to end. (28)
Row 19: repeat row 11 (30)
Rows 20 – 22: Ch-1, turn, * sc in first, dc in next * repeat to end. (30)
Row 23: repeat row 7 (32)
Rows 24 – 98: Ch-2, turn, * dc in next, sc in next * repeat to end. (32)
Row 99: Ch-1, turn, sc2tog. * dc in next, sc in next * repeat across, dc2tog in last 2 sts. (30)
Rows 100 – 102: repeat row 20 (30)
Row 103: ch-2, turn, dc2tog. * sc in next, dc in next * repeat across, sc2tog in last 2 sts. (28)
Row 104 – 106: repeat row 24 (28)
Row 107: repeat row 99 (26)
Rows 108 – 110: repeat row 20 (26)
Row 111: repeat row 103 (24)
Rows 112 – 114: repeat row 24 (24)
Row 115: repeat row 99 (22)
Row 116 – 120: repeat row 20 (22)
Lay out scarf. On each end, fold sides in to create sleeve. Mattress stitch the two sides together (row end to row end) for a total of 6”.
The width should be about 4” – 4.5” across at the opening, or row one of the cuff. Attach yarn at the sleeve seam to begin.
Row 1: Ch-1, sc around entire opening. Join to top of first sc with sl st. (22)
Row 2: Ch-1, turn, sc in each st around. Join to top of first sc w/ sl st. (22)
Row 3: Ch-1, turn, sc2tog, sc in each st around. Join to top of first sc w/ sl st. (21)
Rows 4 – 6: repeat row 2 (21)
Row 7: Ch-1, turn, sc in all but last 2 sts, sc2tog. Join to top of first sc w/sl st.(20)
Row 8 – 10: repeat row 2 (20)
Row 11: repeat row 3 (19)
Row 12 – 14: repeat row 2 (19)
Row 15: repeat row 7 (18)
Row 16 – 20: repeat row 2 (18)
Attach yarn in the corner of the sleeve opening (where the underarm will be) and sc in each row end allll the way to the other end, then up the other side. Join to first sc and weave in all ends.
That’s it! Basically a scarf that we fold up, sew up, and slap some sleeves on. I hope you love this take on a comfy favorite!
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